Midday movers: Apple, RadioShack, Shutterfly & more

Scott Mlyn | CNBC

Take a look at some of Friday's midday movers:

AcelRx Pharmaceuticals - The drug developer fell after U.S. regulators said it would take another six months to review a marketing application on the company's recently rejected device to manage pain.

Apple - The iPhone maker bounced back from the prior day's drop as it defended the quality of its products amid claims of bending in its latest devices.

BlackBerry - The Canadian smartphone maker advanced after it posted a smaller quarterly loss and its CEO projected the tech company would double its software revenue next year.

Digital Ally - The maker of wearable cameras jumped after it drew an order valued at about $200 million from U.S. military police.

Janus Capital Group - Shares of the asset manager surged on word Bill Gross was leaving Pimco after 43 years and joining a Janus team focused on global-asset allocation. Pimco parent Allianz fell and competitors including BlackRock advanced.

Lightinthebox Holding Co. - The online retailer climbed after hiking its third-quarter revenue outlook.

Micron Technology - The chip maker rose a day after posting better-than-expected fourth-quarter results.

Nike - The athletic-apparel company gained after reporting first-quarter profit that beat expectations.

Pulse Electronics - The supplier of electronic components fell sharply after it said it would voluntarily delist its common stock from the New York Stock Exchange to cut costs.

RadioShack - The struggling electronics retailer advanced after investor Standard General said it was talking to RadioShack about improving its liquidity as the holiday shopping season nears.

Shutterfly - The provider of online photo-sharing services edged higher after shareholders Marathon Partners Equity Management and Mario Cibelli backed a sale.

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